Margaret Cabaniss

Giorgia Meloni

Covid Regime Takes a Mortal Blow Where It Began: Italy

The election of Giorgia Meloni as the Prime Minister of Italy is sending shockwaves across both the Left and the Right as an opponent of the globalist Elite enjoys widespread support.

Prescription Death: Refuting the ‘Right to Die’

As health care costs continue to rise and a growing number of Baby Boomers approach old age, end-of-life issues are looming larger than ever in the public debate. What is "the right to die"? How should we, as a society, approach questions of health care, treatment for the elderly, and euthanasia? The Patients Rights Council, [...]

A Modern-Day Hermit

The hermitage isn't what you'd expect: a small home in a quiet neighborhood of Essex, Maryland, that was originally built as a one-room fishing shack 100 years ago. But then, the hermit who lives there isn't what you'd expect, either. Mary Zimmerer, now Sr. Maria Veronica of the Holy Face, is a bubbly widow who [...]

On Finding a Husband: A Conversation with Amy Bonaccorso

For Catholic convert Amy Bonaccorso, the path to marriage wasn't an easy one. After running the gauntlet of the modern dating scene, she finally found her husband… but not before having several preconceptions about dating and marriage shattered along the way. Noticing that there was little in the way of practical guidance for modern, devout [...]

The Official 2007 InsideCatholic.com Christmas List

In case you have some last minute Christmas shopping to do, the InsideCatholic.com staff and writers put together our own list of recommended gifts. Enjoy!  In case you have some last minute Christmas shopping to do, and you're out of ideas, the InsideCatholic.com staff, writers and columnists have put together our own list of favorite [...]

Six Years: On Revisiting 9/11

This is the first time since 2001 that 9/11 has snuck up on me unannounced. For the past five years, the anniversary has been preceded by a sinking feeling in my stomach that wouldn't leave until 9/12. And then, of course, there is the usual media rush to wring every last ounce of pathos from [...]

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